#Omens&Symbols . . .Mandrake, symbol of fertility and prosperity.

This plant, with its human shaped roots, has been considered magical
since the time of the ancient Egyptians. When uprooted, it was said
to utter a shriek that killed anyone in earshot, so a dog was used to carry
out the task. Mandrake is a symbol of enhancement, fertility, and prosperity.

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#Omens&Symbols . . . . The Triple Goddess

The Triple Goddess or Virgin, Mother, Crone represents the phases of the Moon.
The new Moon, the full Moon and the waning Moon symbolizing that everything
in the material world has a beginning, comes to fullness and eventually ends . . .
but there is always a New Moon or new beginning.

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#Omens&Symbols . . . . Free Food

When a location has been identified as being good for a handout, a sign of
a circle with a cross within it is made. The circle refers to the place and the
cross means “OK”. The place may be a private house or back door of a
restaurant or rest stop where sympathetic staff give hungry people
leftovers from their customers meals.
If only their were more of these symbols. Less people would be in need of food.

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#Omens&Symbols . . . . the Dreamcatcher

The American Indian dreamcatcher is traditionally hung over a bed
to trap bad dreams before they reach the sleeper. It is regarded as a mandala
symbolizing the relationship of the universe to the subconscious.

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#Omens&Symbols . . . .Water and Evil

Water and Evil
In past centuries, women that were suspected of being witches were thrown into water.
If they drowned, they were presumed innocent. If the water rejected them, they could be
condemned for witchcraft.

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#Omens&Symbols . . . Yellow Rose

Yellow Rose is linked to the sun, making it a symbol of warm friendship
and joy. Traditionally, it was associated with jealousy and dying love.
It is the symbol of the state of Texas in the United States. In Catholicism,
the golden rose is a papal emblem.

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